Austrian Journal of Forest Science is a peer-reviewed journal of forest science. It covers all aspects of forest research, ranging from basic to applied subjects. The journal carries original research articles and publishes also more extensive research articles.
The journal is published by the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences and the Federal Research and Training Centre for Forests, Natural Hazards and Landscape.
- Effects of canopy gap size on the regeneration of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) in Eskisehir-Çatacık region of Turkey
Süleyman Çoban, Alper H. Çolak, Ian D. Rotherham, Gülen Özalp, Adil Çalıskan PDF »
- Evaluating acorn crops in an oak-dominated stand to identify good acorn producers
Mehdi Pourhashemi, Daniel C. Dey, Dariush Mehdifar, Parisa Panahi, Mehdi Zandebasiri PDF »
- Developing site index curves under changing site conditions
Georg Erich Kindermann PDF »
- Heavy metals accumulation in Scots pine stands of different densities growing on not contaminated forest area (northwestern Poland)
Andrzej Wegiel, Ernest Bielinis, Krzysztof Polowy PDF »